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Bipeflier

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Our current chairs are showing their age. I have a pair of A&E steel frame chairs that I love but DW thinks they lay back too far for her short legs. We also have a pair of the aluminum chairs with the fold up side table. They are good for her but the upright frame pieces are tearing through the back fabric.

What have you found that folds flat, is rugged and comfortable? No "bag" chairs please. The front leg bars cut the circulation in my wife's legs.

Thanks in advance for your thoughts.

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I have soem 15 year old well padded folding chairs/chaises. Trouble is the bay doors are too fr down and everything is competing for space...plus they are not light. Those collapsible chairs, we have a few and we take two with us also.
They are light and easy to store and retrieve but don't recline nor have foot rests.

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You said no bag chairs, but we have found these chairs extremely comfortable.
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We have these and like them. https://www.amazon.com/GCI-Outdoor-Freestyle-Portable-Folding/dp/B077J9N283 They don't fold up as small as a bag chair but they're more comfortable. It looks like they also have a version that folds up more, but may cause the same issues a normal bag chair would.


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philh wrote:

You said no bag chairs, but we have found these chairs extremely comfortable.
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Same here. We have a friend that loves them and she's comfortable in them with her bad back and hip and can easily get up from it.


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We bought the folding director's type chairs with side table. Sam's had them on sale for $25. And they're nice. A bit heavy with the steel frame, but very comfortable. And fold up to a smallish package.


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JAC1982 wrote:

We have these and like them. https://www.amazon.com/GCI-Outdoor-Freestyle-Portable-Folding/dp/B077J9N283 They don't fold up as small as a bag chair but they're more comfortable. It looks like they also have a version that folds up more, but may cause the same issues a normal bag chair would.


We have these and they are very comfortable and easy to get out of. Bought ours at Tractor Supply cheaper than Amazon

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ReneeG wrote:

philh wrote:

You said no bag chairs, but we have found these chairs extremely comfortable.
Amazon Link


Same here. We have a friend that loves them and she's comfortable in them with her bad back and hip and can easily get up from it.


X3. Very comfortable chairs.


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